5 Things You Didn't Know About Huggies
- Huggies has sites for people of many different languages.
- In 2013, Huggies in Brazil was testing an app along with a sensor dubbed the TweetPee to alert parents of wet diapers.
- Huggies were released to the public in 1978, after 10 years of test marketing. They replaced a brand called Kimbies.
- A 2 in 1 diaper/training pant, Huggies Convertibles were introduced in 2004 but later discontinued. Huggies later launched Little Movers Slip On diapers.
- There once was a Huggies Clean Team that included Wally Whale, Billy Buffalo, Carly Crab, Daphne Dolphin and Freddie Flamingo.
How to Redeem a Coupon Code at Huggies
The Huggies website does not currently use coupon codes. However, they do have a great Huggies rewards program where you can redeem points for entry in sweepstakes for merchandise or gift cards.
Huggies is one of the essential brands of Kimberly-Clark that focuses on baby and toddler diapering products. Huggies diapers come in Little Snugglers , Little Movers, Snug & Dry Overnites, Pure & Natural Diapers, and Pull-Ups training pants. The following features make Huggies diapers a stand-out performer in the diaper industry: the Leak Lock System that locks in leaks for up to 12 hours; the Umbilical Cord Cutout in preemie and newborn sizes; the Wetness Indicator that changes color when your little one’s diaper is ready to be changed; the Gentle Absorb Liner that draws away runny mess from the baby’s skin; and the Pocketed Back Waistband and Double Grip Strips that help keep the messes where they belong. Huggies also has a line of wipes ranging from to-go packs to throw in your purse to super-sized Big Packs and hard packs to soft packs.
Like its competitors, Luvs and Pampers, Huggies are reasonably priced with wide availability. Huggies, however brand, however, is quite philanthropic. For instance, in January 2016, Huggies announced the launch of its Nursing Advisory Council to offer ongoing guidance to nurses and information on helping protect newborns' fragile skin. This council comprised of seven experts from the U.S. and Canada, along with the Huggies brand, will collaborate to help provide resources and solutions for advancing newborn care while supporting the role of nurses. Nurses, of course, play a critical role in care for newborn diapering and skin care. They also help educate the parents about certain skin disorders that they may encounter.
Additionally, the Huggies Nursing Advisory Council will work with Huggies to develop product designs that reflect real-world experiences from the nurses’ point of view. For example, specialized neonatal intensive care unit wipes have been created for premature babies and tailored especially for their delicate skin. Huggies Little Snugglers Micro-Preemie Diapers were designed to protect delicate skin and fit babies up to 4lbs. In line with the Huggies Nursing Advisory Council, is the No Baby Unhugged Initiative. Everyone knows that sometimes the best medicine is a hug. According to a study funded by Huggies, babies experience many health benefits from skin-to-skin contact including stabilizing their heart rate to a normal and constant rate, improving sleep, supporting healthy weight gain, increased rates of breast feeding, and improved parent-baby relationship.
HugHugging can also help infants in the NICU cope with the many painful procedures they may have to have and can help their parents to easier transition into the caregiver role by helping to establish the parent-child relationship. Understanding this, hospital neonatal intensive care units are increasingly integrating hugging and skin-to-skin contact programs. In response to this interest, Huggies created the No Baby Unhugged Initiative. It's helping to raise awareness of the medical benefits of hugs for babies helping parents learn the best hugging techniques.
Huggies implemented this initiative to ensure that all babies get the hugs they need because they believe in the power of hugs. They want to help hospitals implement their own baby hugging programs by offering a program blueprint of guidelines and funding.
But Huggies didn't stop there. Realizing that 1/3 of U.S. moms struggle with providing diapers for their babies, Huggies has developed the Every Little Bottom program which has donated over 130 million diapers to the National Diaper Bank Network (NDBN) for babies in need.
Huggies has also previously partnered with the Coast Guard Foundation for the "Camo for a Cause" campaign and donated 250,000 diapers for Coast Guard families throughout the country. Huggies, in partnership with the National Diaper Bank Network and the Armed Services YMCA, donated more than 5 million total diapers to all branches of the military as a way to honor service men and women and their families.
Huggies additionally donated 2 million diapers, 1.5 million diapers to Baby2Baby, a charity that donates clothes and goods to low-income families, and 500,000 diapers to Save the Children.
Along with Huggies' ongoing diaper donation programs, Huggies traveled to London, Ohio, to celebrate the Royal Birth. Each newborn's family received a six-month supply of Huggies diapers, and wipes and other gifts. Huggies then extended an offer of a free pack of diapers to every U.S. baby born on the same day as the new little Royal.
Huggies cares about the parents too. So, they came up with a grant program called MomInspired. It's designed to recognize those innovative ideas from up to eight parent entrepreneurs with $15,000 grants to help them grow their businesses.
Huggies Social Media Links
Huggies on Facebook: Over 1.2 million people have liked Huggies Facebook page to get updates directly in their feed. Invite your friends to like this huge community and connect to people around the world who share your love of Huggies. Keep an eye out for high value coupons and money saving deals.
Huggies on Pinterest: Checkout Huggies on Pinterest for the Huggies Baby Shower Planner. There are lots of super fun ideas for baby shower themes, party games, tasty recipes, favors, diaper cakes and more.
Huggies on Twitter: With over 65,000 followers, parents obviously love advise and tweets from Huggies. Share your favorite baby picture or comment on someone else's pictures.
Huggies on Google+: Google+ is an easy platform to integrate with everything you do everyday from emailing to scheduling appointments. Download the easy to use app and follow Huggies on Google+ to stay informed about Huggies company news.
Huggies on Instagram: If you love looking at great parenting moments, you'll love Huggies Instagram. Huggies’ Instagram has endless photos and videos of parents and babies and more babies.
Huggies on YouTube: Subscribe to Huggies’ YouTube channel and be among the first to see the cutest, funniest and sweetest videos on the internet. You can also upload and share your own cute Huggies moments.
Huggies Contact Info
Kimberly Clark Corporation
P.O. Box 2020
Neenah, WI 54957-2020
Telephone Number: +1 (877) 648-2484